Gregorius has hit safely in seven of his last eight games. He's batting .387 (12 for 31) with one triple, three doubles and five RBI in that span.
The rookie shortstop has totaled 10 multi-hit games in 22 appearances and has failed to record a hit just four times this season.
Chavez is batting .571 (12 for 21) in his last six games, sending his average skyrocketing from .282 to .343. He's batting .467 (21 for 45) in 14 May games (11 starts), while adding one home run, one triple, six doubles and 10 RBI in that span. Chavez came into May batting .241.
Pollock, who scored twice Monday, entered the game mired in a 2-for-23 slump in his previous seven games. Since hitting his last home run May 4, Pollock is batting .204 (10 for 49) with two RBI, two walks, four runs, four doubles and 12 strikeouts in his last 14 games (12 starts).
Ethier is batting .308 (16 for 52) in his last 16 games, raising his season average from .237 to .262. He has one triple, two doubles, five runs, six walks and six RBI in that span.
Brown also had his seventh multi-hit game in May Monday. He's batting .271 (19 for 70) with a .514 slugging percentage, two doubles, two stolen bases, eight runs and 10 RBI in 18 May games (17 starts).
Iglesias has been taking practice around the diamond, and will get a chance to show whether he can handle the position in a game. Iglesias has hit well in a small sample of games in the majors this season. Through 20 at-bats, he has hit .450/.476/.550.
Byrd is batting .343 (12 for 35) with a .657 slugging percentage, 1.026 OPS, two doubles, five runs and nine RBI in 12 May games (nine starts).